Follow along for live results as we get into the first day of racing at the 2021 European Short Course Swimming Championships.
After breaking 5 SCM national records during ISL Season 2, 17-year-old Israeli Anastasia Gorbenko broke her first LCM national record in the 200 BK (2:10.86).
Austrian Felix Auboeck improved from a 3:48.04 season best to a 3:44.51, just missing his own national record. He now ranks 3rd in the world this season.
The 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race in Belgium represents a 2020 Olympic Games qualifying competition, which means Antonio Djakovic is likely to bring his A-game
Andrew Seliskar is slated to swim the 200 fly. Last night, Seliskar had the fastest swim of anyone in the 100 fly, but he put up that time in the B final.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov won the men’s 50m freestyle here in Glasgow and will be looking to get the edge on teammate Vladislav Grinev for the 50/100 double.
After producing a Scottish national record in the morning heats of the men’s 400m IM, Duncan Scott has decided to forego the final and tackle the 200 free.
Denmark is ready to rumble in Glasgow, naming its Olympian-heavy roster for this year’s European Short Course Championships.
Teenager Rasmus Nickelsen proved his promise tonight in the men’s 50m fly, reaping gold in a new Danish Junior Record of 23.23.
Danish swimmers Helena Bach Rosendahl and Mathias Zander Rysgaard enter the list of all-time performers for their nation tonight at SC Championships.
Emilie Beckmann is among the more than 350 Danish swimmers vying for slots on the nation’s roster for the European Short Course Championships.
The day 7 morning session will feature the prelims of the women’s 50 free, men’s 50 back, women’s 50 breast, mixed 4×100 free relay, and the men’s 1500 free.
FINA has released the relay entries for Day 1’s prelims session of the women’s 4×100 freestyle at 2019 World Championships in Gwangju.
The Australian women have been dominant here since 2014. Their lone major loss? The 2017 World title, to the Americans. But revenge is on the table in 2019.
Jeanette Ottesen put up a speedy effort of 58.98 for 100m fly silver tonight behind winner Emilie Beckmann, but both women will need to try again to hit the World Championships qualifying time.